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“…However, the authors did not consider the possibility of using prebiotics or other ingredients that might favor the colonization of these probiotic bacteria in the diet, with a view to increasing the viability and the residence time of these microorganisms. In the present study, shrimp fed with the diet supplemented with probiotic presented a reduction in the concentration of total heterotrophic bacteria, corroborating similar findings in other studies (VIEIRA et al, 2008;JATOBÁ et al, 2011JATOBÁ et al, , 2017JATOBÁ et al, , 2018BUGLIONE-NETO et al, 2013), most likely owing to the production of extracellular compounds, such as organic acids and bacteriocins (FULLER, 2012).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
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“…However, the authors did not consider the possibility of using prebiotics or other ingredients that might favor the colonization of these probiotic bacteria in the diet, with a view to increasing the viability and the residence time of these microorganisms. In the present study, shrimp fed with the diet supplemented with probiotic presented a reduction in the concentration of total heterotrophic bacteria, corroborating similar findings in other studies (VIEIRA et al, 2008;JATOBÁ et al, 2011JATOBÁ et al, , 2017JATOBÁ et al, , 2018BUGLIONE-NETO et al, 2013), most likely owing to the production of extracellular compounds, such as organic acids and bacteriocins (FULLER, 2012).…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 92%
“…Several studies have sought alternative ways of complete or partial replacement of fishmeal with protein sources of plant origin to reduce production costs (SOOKYING et al, 2013;SOARES et al, 2015;BARBIERI et al, 2016;CHAVEZ et al, 2016;GAMBOA-DELGADO et al, 2016;SUN et al, 2016;Jatobá et al, 2018). Among these alternatives, soy protein concentrate (SPC) has been suggested by its ample supply and good nutritional profile for marine shrimp (BANSEMER et al, 2015;SOARES et al, 2015;CHÁVEZ et al, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…However, continuous application of probiotic additives is an additional cost to the farming process and an accurate balance between beneficial effects and the expected outcome is highly recommended. In some cases, it was suggested that an every other 2 weeks or 4 days of regimen is the optimal choice for immunostimulant application (Amphan, Unajak, Printrakoon, & Areechon, ; Jatobá et al, ). However, based on the fish species, type of immunostimulant and required doses, the development of alternative strategies is needed.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The efficiency of using probiotics in aquatic animals normally depends on the administration scheme, duration and level and frequency of supplementation (Dawood & Koshio, ; Jatobá et al, ). In Egypt, the cost of feeding represents about two third of the total cost of fish farming.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%